We know the crowded app market is creating confusion for customers, but the reality is, the best free alternative to Office is Office–Office Web Apps. The Office Web Apps are a free version of the Office applications you already know and love with the same familiar user experience you want. Read on to learn why they trump the free alternatives hands down.
Greetings again. A little while ago, I was excited to share with you the new functionality that we made available to all Excel Web users on SkyDrive and Office365. This is part of our commitment to make the Office Web Applications a comprehensive productivity experience (not just a companion to the desktop applications), allowing you to create polished Office documents from start to finish, all from the web. Today, I’m excited…
As a college student, Liz Scoble loved using OneNote to keep all of her class notes organized and stay on top of her daily to-do’s. She recently joined the OneNote team after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis. Here, Liz shares her favorite OneNote features for staying productive in school.
Video 18:07. A lost episode of the Garage Series filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by MTC Architect, Richard diZerega, to discuss the new app model for Office and SharePoint. Richard also takes on the challenge to help navigate the culinary options of New Orleans by integrating Web services directly with Office and SharePoint using in-box and custom apps.
As a senior in the computer science program at California State University and summer 2013 intern on the OneNote team, William Devereux uses OneNote to keep track of every aspect of his life. Here’s what he had to say about how he puts OneNote to work to manage his entire college career in a single notebook.
As a Program Manager at Microsoft and founder of the band Bright White Lightning, Scott Snyder has a lot of computers and just as many musical instruments. Check out how Scott and his bandmates use OneNote to keep gear, songs, projects, brainstorms and gigs all in one place to stay organized and in sync.
The last in a 6-part series filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by technical analyst and writer, Paul Thurrott, to discuss his favorite things about Office 365. Paul brings his rich background and insight to discuss how he uses Office 365 Home Premium and Office 365 Small Business Premium across the desktop and mobile apps, as well as the back end services to tie everything together. If…